A number of Asian sales companies will skip Venice this year and go directly to Toronto. The combination of high costs and few films selected means the cost-benefit analysis weighs against the Lido.
NOW TV, the Internet-based pay TV company owned by PCCW, has pulled further ahead of cable TV rival I-Cable in Hong Kong in terms of subscribers.
Indian video rentals firm Seventymm has raised $12.5 million from U.S. and other investors to expand its business.
Canadian pop singer Avril Lavigne will not perform in Malaysia this month as her act is deemed too sexy. It is unclear whether she will return to play a later date.
Viacom's MTV Networks Japan & Korea, has hired Paul Greenberg as VP and GM, Digital Media for MTVN Japan.
Singapore cable network operator StarHub Digital Cable has launched a 'true on-demand' package, Demand TV.
Reliance ADA Group, the Indian conglom that is negotiating with DreamWorks, has launched satellite TV platform Big TV.
News Corp.'s Asian entertainment unit Star has broken off its corporate relations with Indian film and TV production shingle Balaji Telefilms, clearing the path for a closer collaboration between…
Chinese distribution and production company Bona Group is poised to raise $30 million of second-round funding from U.S. venture capital sources.
Hou Hsiao-hsien, the acclaimed Taiwanese helmer famed for his painstakingly slow drama and almost static camerawork, is inching towards making his first big-budget, martial arts pic.
Global Digital Creations fell sharply from profit to loss as the promised digitization of the world movie industry proved just out of reach. But it is doubling its bet on the Chinese market.